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with all the people. >> reporter: clive doyle thinks life for him and his 18-year-old daughter, shari, will soon return to normal. >> when they're talking about us coming out, i go pack a lunch, tell my daughter, we're going to go out and search the grass. i'm still thinking a search warrant. i don't know how long it will take. we might get hungry. we'll sit out there. when it's through, we'll come back home. >> what we're trying to present today -- >> reporter: at 1:30 p.m., the sermon airs. >> we see that god has a book. >> reporter: one hour on the christian broadcasting network. >> and remember, the most fearful warning ever given to man in scripture is the warning found in revelation 22. >> reporter: but after the broadcast, the surrender plan changes. koresh says he's gotten a message. >> you know, when you confer with god, you can't turn away from him. >> reporter: god says to wait. [ male announcer ] this december, remember -- you can stay in and share something... ♪ ♪ ...or you can get out there with your friends and actually share something. ♪ the lexus december to rem
... 3 áá7 day forecastáá 3 3 3 3 you have less than 3 3 3 &p >> lee: life under shari'a law, and it's not just in the middle east. >> if people aren't afraid of it, don't steal. if you don't want to be stoned to death, don't commit adultery. >> lee: see what it
the name of his own lieutenant governor's name wrong. he called carey healy, shari healy. >> gene robinson has watched politicians over the years. he seems like a stiff. a guy who doesn't hang out with the boys. >> he's not aeni hang out kind guy. one thing you need, one prerequisite is that each has to know where the other stands. tip knew what reagan believed. reagan knew what tip believed and then they could wheel and deal. i don't think that could be present with mitt romney. you don't know exactly what his core beliefs are. they seem to be so fungible and so malleable. >> are you really negotiating with a guy who has to negotiate with his people all the time? does he have to go back to his constituents, grover norquist, can't touch revenues, the neocons, the religion right. does he have to check back because he doesn't have a personal core? >> right. and so, you know, if they won't buy it in brown, let's make it in blue. that sort of business mindset i think he brings to everything he does. and so, you know, they wanted severely conservative rhetoric during the primary so he gave it t
and allen west the intelligence level of the united states congress just rose by about 15 points. shari is calling from south palm beach, florida. good morning. >> caller: good morning gentlemen, good morning bill. >> bill: great morning huh? >> caller: amazing morning, a happy morning. i'm recovering from surgery and watching you on the current network. i'm so pleads with the outcome and so pleased that we have another four years. this is going to be really exciting what happens and what foretells in the coming years. >> bill: let me tell one tell you your part of florida came through too. there was a very heavy obama vote. >> caller: i was telling dan there, i think at the o.s.u. hat. you look smoking hot in carols scarf. >> bill: all right smoking hot yes. >> caller: my husband is a cuban american and i have been fighting with my cuban in-laws about why they should vote for obama for months, that's been going on. my volunteering this year was from my bedside but i do a lot of work for the at-risk youth and you know at-risk people in the community where i live and most of them latin a
streams of intelligence. one suggesting maybeal shari'a was involved and the other that it was the protest resulting from the anti-muslim video is that the way he described it to you? >> he did but he said today that he at the time was also emphasizing the involvement of the man and he was minimizing the role of al shari'a. >> again, that's peter king of new york, after this morning's house intelligence committee hearing. a closed-door session with former c.i.a. director david petraeus. on the benghazi attacks. general petraeus is before the senate intelligence committee at this hour. also speaking to reporters after the house meeting, the ranking member of the house intelligence committee, from maryland, dutch ruppersberger. >> what did you learn in the briefing? >> first thing, i think it was very positive that general petraeus agreed to come before our committee. i think the fact that it was good for the country, it was good for our intelligence community and it was good for general petraeus to bring closure to a lot of issues that were out there that he needed to take care of and testi
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